When you‘re visiting the city quarter Vorderer Westen of Kassel, Germany you‘ll definitely see the twin towers of the Friedenskirche – a protestant church located at the Friedrich-Ebert-Straße. It was opened in 1908 in neo-baroque style. The decoration is lean and modern – but also beautiful.
Currently the community of the church has 4200 members. In front of the church there is a memorial that you typically wouldn‘t place next to a church: ‚Der Stuhl‘ (‚the chair‘ by Hildehard Jaeckel, 1989) as a memorial to Karl Marx.